Carolina Pad Tax Organization Package (Hot Chocolate Collection)
It's that time of the year again and everyone, including us busy moms, have to get ready to file our taxes. Even though my husband usually pays the bills, I am the one that is in charge of organizing and gathering all our receipts, tax forms, W2s, 1099s, financial statements, etc. I usually collect these throughout the year in manila envelopes that become scattered within my "filing" system in our home office and every year I vow to become better organized.
So when Carolina Pad, a local Charlotte company and industry leader in fashion school and office supplies, approached me about trying their Tax Organization Package in the new Hot Chocolate design collection I was thrilled. I really like the story behind the company. What began in 1945 as a school supply manufacturing company has grown to become a trend-setting design company of office and school supplies.
Carolina Pad products have appeared in popular shows like "Desperate Housewives", "Glee" and "90210" and their funky colors and designs mean that you can be a stylish and organized mom at the same time! :) And these products also make great gift ideas for family, friends and clients.
The Carolina Pad package I'm using to organize my tax paperwork includes:
13 and 8 pocket folders - great for receipts and forms. It also comes with labels.
File Folders - much prettier and sturdier than my manila envelopes!
26 pocket folder - which looks more like a mini briefcase (very cute and practical!)
Binder and Paper Clips (also very sturdy and can hold larger documents)
I like these products because they're versatile and reasonably priced. Once you're done with taxes you can use them to organize household bills, coupons, kids schedules, homework. Options are endless!
So be sure to visit Carolina Pad online to see their wide array of products. You can use code "Tax_Relief" to get 10% off. Become their Fan on Facebook and even check them out on Twitter!
And Enter to Win a Tax Organization Package by answering our forum question, "Who does all the tax prep and organizing in your house?
Review Submitted by: Empowered Mommy Ivanna